Splat Purple Hair Dye: Does it Really Work for Brunettes?

Since self quarantine is the new reality, I have been extremely bored and willing to do almost anything to cure it. After two of my best friends both dyed their hair different shades of pink, I thought well I could give it a try too. I mean what could go wrong? Right?

I have wanted to dye my hair purple since I was in 8th grade and wanted to be like season one Aria on Pretty Little Liars. That pink streak Aria had in her hair made her, in my eyes, the ultimate badass. As I got older I had to look more professional and dyeing my entire head purple doesn't scream, "GIVE ME A CORPORATE JOB!"

However with quarantine, I don't have to see anyone in a professional setting for a long time, which means... hi purple hair, how are ya?

I used Splat Midnight Amethyst for brunettes and I have to say it turned out really well! I wasn't excepting a huge color pay out since crazy hair colors don't usually turn out very vibrant on dark hair. This brand however had great results and I could actually SEE the purple!

The dye is vegan and doesn't have bleach it in so it won't damage your hair. I noticed that my hair was actually more smooth and shiny after dyeing it.

I also recommend putting your hair in a plastic bag while the dye is setting. To be honest, I only did it because I have seen other professional stylists do it, but it did seem to work for me. 

I left the dye in for the max amount of time and used a paraben free shampoo and conditioner to wash it out. I have used Fructis Grow Strong shampoo and conditioner for a long time now, which is vegan and isn't rough on hair.

Overall Splat for brunettes really does work and I was incredibly impressed!

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